"Tenor Jacob Feldman turns Kaspar into a comically likable lord who is enthralled by the trinkets in his traveling box."
    - Record Online [Amahl and the Night Visitors, Opera Company of the Highlands]

 

"Lithe tenor Jacob Feldman adds comedy touches to the dastardly Monostatos"
    - Trenton Times [Die Zauberflöte, New Jersey Opera]

"Jacob Feldman presented a solid Monastatos, and his somewhat comic nature was a refreshing change from other renditions of this character."
    - Town Topics [Die Zauberflöte, New Jersey Opera]

 

"...contrasting well with the boyishly heroic tenor of Jacob Feldman"
    - Broadway World [Di Yam Gazlonim, National Yiddish Theater]

"Fayvl, played with good humor and beautifully sung by Jacob Feldman..."
    - New Jersey Jewish Standard [Di Yam Gazlonim, National Yiddish Theater]

"Jacob Feldman as Fayvl acquitted [himself] well, bringing the kind of trained voice and dramatic-comedic gifts that the material requires"
    - The Jewish Daily Forward [Di Yam Gazlonim, National Yiddish Theater]

"...Malke, later joins graceful lyric tenor Jacob Feldman ... for a dramatic and moving duet..."
    - New York Q News [Di Yam Gazlonim, National Yiddish Theater]

"Frederic [is] played endearingly by Jacob Feldman"
    - Jewish-Theater.com Di Yam Gazlonim, National Yiddish Theater]

 

"Jacob Feldman as Dr. Caius ... completed the mayhem in fine style." 
    - The Times of Trenton [Falstaff, New Jersey Opera Theater]

 

"There is a lot of humor in the score, which Mr. Feldman...brought out well."
    - Town Topics, Princeton, NJ [Albert Herring, New Jersey Opera Theater]

"Feldman brought a silvery tone to Nanki-Poo"

    - Cape Cod Gazette, Falmouth, MA [The Mikado, College Light Opera]